CANNES, FRANCE - MAY 21: Justin Bieber attends the Roberto Cavalli yacht party at the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival on May
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UPDATE (11/10): The details in Justin Bieber's misdemeanor charge stemming from an egging vandalism incident from January have surfaced. According to the The Associated Press, the pop star will need to pay the neighbor he egged $80,900 to repair damages to the home. The 20-year-old was also ordered to complete five days of community service and attend 12 anger management sessions. Bieber's lawyer said the singer already paid restitution and he's on track to complete the sentence on time by early next year.

In August, the singing sensation was also instructed to attend anger management counseling following his DUI arrest from January.

UPDATE (7/9): The Los Angeles District Attorney's office has confirmed to Fuse that Justin Bieber has been charged with a misdemeanor stemming from an egging vandalism incident back in January. Read below for all the details on the case.

More information on Justin Bieber's YolkGate scandal has been unveiled by Los Angeles County officials.

According to a search warrant affidavit filed in March but made public just yesterday, a security camera caught footage of Bieber the night he allegedly egged his neighbor's house. The footage shows the 20-year-old pop star walking toward his neighbor's house and then returning with a "group of males, some of whom Suspect Bieber is observed 'high-fiving,'" the report reads. "Suspect Bieber and the other males appear to be laughing and celebrating."

Bieber wasn't, however, actually caught on camera holding eggs—or anything, for that matter. So it may be difficult to prove Bieber himself is the one responsible for the egg-induced damage.

More bad news for Bieber haters—the White House recently declined to weigh-in on the petition to deport the Canadian pop star from America. So it seems that "Suspect Bieber" will continue to menace our helpless country.